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Timor-Leste’s Foreign Minister signed a condolence book at Japan Embassy for the late Shinzo Abe

Timor-Leste’s Foreign Minister signed a condolence book at Japan Embassy for the late Shinzo Abe

(Photo/Media-MNEC)

DILI, 14 july 2022 (TATOLI)– Timor-Leste Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Adaljiza Magno on tuesday signed a condolence book at Japan’s Embassy in Dili for the late Japanese Former Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, who was shot and killed while campaigning in the City of Nara, Japan.

In the condolence book, Minister Magno left a message of loss and respect for the passing of Japanese long leading Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, on behalf of the Government and people of Timor-Leste.

(Photo/Media-MNEC)

“The Government and People of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste would like to express our profound sorrow and heartfelt condolences to the Government and People of Japan on the passing away of Mr. Shinzo Abe on 8 july 2022.”

Minister Magno in her message regarded the late Shinzo Abe as one of the story figures of democracy who reassume the fundamentals of democratic values, unstill price to freedom and human rights, tolerance, and benignity.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of the story figures of democracy who reassume the fundamentals of the democratic values, unstill price to freedom and human rights, tolerance and benignity. I wish to convey our deepest sympathy and condolences and our prayers and thoughts are with the bereaved families and may God grant fortitude and courage to them in this difficult time.”

Shinzo Abe was a Japanese politician who served as Prime Minister of Japan and the President of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) from 2006-2007 and again from 2012 to 2020. After many years of leading the country, Abe is known as the longest-serving Prime Minister in Japanese history.

Born into a prominent political family, Abe was elected to the House of Representatives in the 1993 election and was appointed by Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi as the Chief Cabinet Secretary in September 2005.

Shinzo Abe was also confirmed as Japan’s youngest Post-war prime minister and the first to have been born after World War II. He resigned as prime minister after one year in office, because of medical complications from ulcerative colitis.

Shinzo Abe died at the age of 67, after being shot while giving a speech during a political campaign two days ahead of a national election.

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Journalist: Camilo de Sousa

Editor: Nelia B

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